Champions League: Looking for goals

Liverpool return to the Champions League tonight after a three year absence, smarting from a heavy defeat over the weekend.

They host a talented Sevilla side at Anfield, and will be keen to erase the memory of Saturday’s 5-0 reverse to Manchester City.

That said, Sevilla will not be easy. The two sides have only met once before, with the Andalusians winning 3-1 in the final of the 2016 Europa League.

We think there will be goals in this game, but aren’t certain as to who will win.

The same applies to Tottenham‘s game with Borussia Dortmund at Wembley.

Spurs have a poor home record at their new home, with White Hart Lane being redeveloped. And they face a talented Dortmund side, winners of the continent’s ¬†major tournament in 1997.

The third game tonight involving English clubs sees Manchester City travel to Rotterdam to take on Feyenoord.

City should have too much for the Dutch side, but their recent away record in Europe is not impressive. They haven’t won any of their last six away games. Meanwhile, Feyenoord have started the season well, winning their first four games and scoring 12 in the process.

Given the uncertainties involved We at Lap of the Odds will look to the anytime goalscorer market for our bets given we expect goals at all three games.

We suggest a treble of Firmino, Kane and Aguero, all to score, which pays out approximately 6/1.

Recommendation: Firmino, Kane and Aguero to score anytime, 1pt treble, approx 6/1 widely available 

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